Vadzim Kursevich is really motoring this level, certainly a player who seems to play the rush.
He opened to 515,000 from the small blind and was called by recent adversary Paul Guichard in the big blind. The flop came down and Kursevich checked to face a small 380,000 bet. Maybe the Belorussian flopped big or smelt weakness in the bet as he check-raised to 850,000. That told Guichard who folded. This level has been as equally bad for him as it's been good for Kursevich.
After an orbit and a half without a flop, including two all in moves from Yorane Kerignard, Vadzim Kursevich opened to 400k.
Waiting in the wings, however, was chip leader Vuong Than Trong, who three-bet, making it 940k.
But Kursevich, who had been pushed off another 400k open by Paul Guichard a few hands earlier, wasn't going anywhere.
He four-bet, making it 1.9 million total and Trong gave it up.
We still haven't seen a flop for almost two orbits, but chips are changing hands.
Level 32 is in the books and the players are taking a short break.